Illustrator:

Rebecca Bagley

Book Cover - Indiana Bones and the Invisible City

Indiana Bones and the Invisible City

Harry Heape and Rebecca Bagely offer readers another gripping and tremendously exciting story of Indiana Bones and his friends on their third adventure together. Beginning with a mini recap of ‘slimportant’ pieces of ‘funformation’ in bullet point format, this book ensures all readers, new and returning, can dive into the first chapter in the know.

Book Cover - Indiana Bones

Indiana Bones

A captivating, trail-blazing adventure story with a talking dog, smelly baddies and plenty of humour to boot, Indiana Bones is a recipe for enthralled readers and sure to inspire future archaeologists, historians and travellers alike. There is a thrilling sense of naughtiness in a child taking the lead in an adventure. This, however, is a reminder to us adults of the unending abilities and brilliance of the children in our lives.

Book Cover - Shiny Pippin and the Broken Forest

Shiny Pippin and the Broken Forest

It hasn’t rained for a year in Funsprings. The rivers and streams and lakes have dried up. The animals are vanishing. The Forest is broken. Pippin must fix this aberration of nature and bring the water back to Funsprings. But Pippin is just an ordinary girl living an ordinary life – a girl who loves her mum and her dad and her granny and her pet mouse Tony. But Granny lets her into a secret.